Cars Lynk&Co 05: China-only BMW X4 rival revealed

14:10  09 december  2019
14:10  09 december  2019 Source:   autocar.co.uk

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Lynk & Co will launch the Lynk & Co 04 and 05 in 2019, according to An Conghui, President and CEO of Lynk & Co will offer a subscription based service to customers. Users can operate the service, which is N.B. Only companies and organisations from Mainland China and Hong Kong are included.

Chinese brand Lynk&Co, which is owned by Volvo's parent company, Geely, has unveiled its fourth model, the 05 coupé-SUV.

The BMW X4 rival joins the 01 SUV, 02 crossover and 03 saloon in the line-up. A fifth model, a family hatchback called the 04, is yet to be revealed.

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The new Lynk & Co 05 SUV-coupé, which is set to rival the BMW X 6 and Mercedes-Benz GLE Coupé, has been spotted testing in The 01’s European launch will be followed by that of the smaller 02 SUV before the hybrid- only 04 arrives in late 2020. The 03 will remain on sale only in China , where the

On the safety side, the Lynk & Co 01 will have access to Volvo’s passive safety toolbox, including The 01 will go on sale in China in 2017 and later on it will be launched in United States and Europe. Lynk & Co will introduce two additional models in the years to come under the names of “02” and “03.”

While only limited technical details of the 05 are known, it's based on the Volvo-developed CMA platform, like its siblings, and takes many of its styling cues from the similar-size 01. The 05 is 4592mm long, with a wheelbase of 2734mm.

When the 05 goes on sales in China, it will have an electrified 2.0-litre engine sending 251bhp and 258lb ft to all four wheels through an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Inside, the dashboard is dominated by a 12.7in touchscreen.

Lynk&Co, which is focused on younger customers with a subscription-focused business model, has ambitions to expand into Europe, particularly with the Volvo XC40-size 02. However, the 05 has been developed purely for the Chinese market.


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